One of the wonderful things about the Celebrity Slim Program is
that correcting your abnormal body chemistry almost always removes
the cravings for sweet and fatty foods. One of Celebrity Slim's
main goals is to normalise the way your body handles glucose, a
type of blood sugar. Once this happens, the food cravings disappear
The Celebrity Slim Program guides you on how to select the
correct foods as well as to gently change undesirable lifestyle
habits. Phase 1 of the program starts you on a rapid-burn phase.
Early success will prove to you that you can achieve your body
image goals. Celebrity Slim will gently help you to retrain the
eating and lifestyle habits which caused your problem in the first
place. Retraining your eating habits is not as difficult as it
might seem when you take it a step at a time.
While you will need to be more active in order to maintain your
new body shape, exercise need not include punishing sessions at the
gym; walking regularly at a reasonable pace can be as effective in
the long term. Just as importantly, you will need to consider
incidental exercise; for example, take the stairs instead of the
lift or park the car 10 minutes away from your destination so that
you are becoming more active in your day-to-day activities.
Celebrity Slim will teach you how to make these subtle changes.
Although these small changes may not seem like much, over a year,
they can make a significant difference to the amount of energy you
Yes, you can enjoy some alcohol whilst on the Celebrity Slim
Program. So you don't have to kiss your social life goodbye! Here
are some guidelines on what you can enjoy:
- A glass of dry white or red wine 2-3 days per week. Dry white
is lower in carbs than a sweet wine, and white does tend to be
marginally better than red on the weight loss front.
- Beer should be avoided, as it is generally too high in
carbohydrates. However low carb beer is OK and can be enjoyed in
moderation (one 330ml bottle 2-3 times per week).
- Raw spirits are also OK but choose your mixed drinks carefully
as mixers like soft drinks and orange juice are very high in sugar.
The best mixer option is soda water (with fresh lime), however you
can enjoy a diet soft drink mixer.
This is all about moderation, so a couple of glasses per week is
OK, as long as you don't binge.